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>> and the oscar goes to -- "12 years a slave." >> the jump for joy seen round the world. as "12 years a slave" is named best picture. oscar gold for a brand new acting sensation. >> this has been the joy of my life. >> only on "gma." full backstage access with every one of the night's big winners.
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as the leading men of "dallas buyers club" come up big. and we're taking you inside ellen's epic moment. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> "gma's" ultimate oscar party starts right now. ♪ you know i feel happy ♪ >> from abc news, live from studio b in los angeles, monday march 3, 2014, this is "good morning america's" ultimate oscar party. ♪ ♪ i feel happy good morning, america. from los angeles. thank you, a big thanks to jimmy kimmel for bringing us in. ♪ and you know who you're watching right now. superstar derek hough and the "gma" red carpet dancers right here in our special oscar studio. ♪ all kinds of surprises ahead as we celebrate the oscars right here on "gma."
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, derek hough. of course it's derek hough. of course it is. the entire team. there you go. you can see we're all here in los angeles for the ultimate afterparty, as we like to call it. welcome dj kiss, the third time in a row she's been here for our post oscar party. the music played such a big part throughout the night. that song you hear, "happy," pharrell had everyone humming along. that was so great. when he went out into the audience like that. lupita, oscar winner up off her feet. >> amy adams. >> meryl streep. >> oh, yeah. >> it was a moment. equally remarkable moments backstage. get down with your bad self, amy. the stars took the questions from facebook. this was not planned of the hundreds of questions that matthew mcconaughey could have picked, wait until you see which
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one he picked. >> no matter what, you know he'll answer it honestly. all right, all right, all right. also a lot of heads turning on the red carpet. dramatic dresses really standing out. cate blanchett, angelina jolie. both just shined so bright on that red carpet. >> all kinds of highlights ahead. first we want to get to the latest on this massive storm back east. our extreme weather team tracking the latest on the winter blast affecting tens of millions right now. ginger, what do you got? >> this storm started here. it started as record rains in parts of los angeles, other parts of california, too. but it's on the move. all that energy has its target on washington, d.c., parts of west virginia, kentucky. this thing is not just snow, it's sleet and a whole lot of mess. let's get to gio. he'll bring us the rest of the story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, ginger, good morning to you from the famous "rocky" steps. you can see these plows working here in philadelphia.
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we're seeing a mix of snow and sleet here in philly. and all across the nation, an icy mess. take a look. this morning, blinding snow. and pounding sleet. >> talk about sleet coming down. >> reporter: attacking half the nation. from texas to oklahoma -- [ thunder claps ] ground-shaking thunder snow. and this rare sight in norman, oklahoma. thunder sleet lightning. in southern illinois, car windshields transforming into blinding sheets of solid ice. in wichita, kansas, an ice road nightmare. hundreds of weather-related accidents leading to at least eight deaths. in arkansas, this suv losing control and plunging right off a bridge injuring two and killing one. this semi in oklahoma city, overturning and ripping open. the irony, it was hauling cat litter, often used for melting
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ice. on that same highway, countless vehicles crippled by unbearably slick conditions. >> this car was sliding. they asked if i could reverse. i couldn't even reverse. if i reversed and hit this car in front of me. >> reporter: it's part of the same system that caused this 100-car black ice pileup in denver on saturday, killing one person. you have to be careful out there. all of us out in this know it has been an incredibly snowy winter. but just here in philadelphia we've seen more than five feet of snow so far this winter. ginger, back to you. >> so far above average, it feels like the winter that will never end. it will. by tonight, this storm moves on. but before it does so, here is what you can expect additional, on top of what you already have. say you have two, three inches of sleet, yeah, you could get some snow on top and then really record colds this morning, robin that are coming right in everywhere from kansas city, sub zero. we're missing that.
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>> as you know, ginger, some parts of the country bracing for the snow. others are getting covered in ice. alex perez is in louisville, kentucky, with more on that. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, robin. that's right. ice is the problem in many parts of the south. there's concerns that ice buildup on power lines could lead to massive power outages. of course in this kind of weather, ice can form just about anywhere. i want you to look behind me here. on this pedestrian bridge. those are isocals all along that bridge created by this storm. there is ice on the roadways. many people are waking up to find their cars are coated in ice just like this. just another problem that people are dealing with. now, authorities have closed schools in the area and they're asking anyone who does not have to leave their home to do them a favor and stay inside their houses. robin? >> good advice. thank you, alex. ice and snow means a lot of flight cancellations. david kerley has the latest from reagan national airport there in
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washington. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin, to you. here is the good news. they've been able to keep the runways clear here. it's starting to snow harder. here's the bad news here at reagan national. look at the gates. all through this airport, there are no aircraft. so nobody is going anywhere. already this morning we have seen 2,000 cancellations. expect that number to rise as we get through the day. here's what we're seeing around airports across the country. they're deicing planes in all these areas that are cold that you have heard from. philadelphia, up the east coast, in the ohio valley as well. does this seem like it's been happening a lot? well, it has. here are the latest stats. this year alone we have had more cancellations in the first six months of last year and nine months of 2012. and robin, i don't know about people in los angeles who may want to fly east, might be little bit difficult later today. >> you're looking at five people that are going to face that.
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but that's okay, david. >> my point exactly. >> okay. we appreciate that very much. >> boy, he looks so cold out there. we're going to move to the latest on the crisis in ukraine. russian troops are settling in after taking control of crimea over the weekend. as president obama and the west face growing pressure to act it's become the most serious confrontation with russia since the cold war. financial markets dropping all over the world. terry moran is on the ground in ukraine right now. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, george. russian forces are in complete control of this part of the ukraine, the crimean peninsula. and they are giving every sign that they are here to stay. it's all like a bad dream from the soviet past. russian forces in the thousands seizing territories. armored vehicles lining the roads. the russian navy pouring in more forces. and ukraine's outgunned, outnumbered troops imprisoned on their own bases. by stone, silent russian soldiers. the big question now, can vladimir putin get away with it?
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secretary of state kerry told george stephanopoulos there will be a tough response from u.s. and allies. >> russia may be able to invade crimea. but in the end, russia will isolate itself. >> reporter: already, the markets are punishing putin with the ruble, russia's currency, plunging to all-time lows. but the deed is done. here in crimea, most people have welcomed the russian troops rejecting the pro-western revolution in the other half of their country last week. it's calm on the surface. but as we spoke with a woman holding a ukrainian flag a tiny gesture of defiance against russia, we saw the fierce passions just below the surface. civil war is now a real possibility in ukraine. diplomacy with the russians in control here is where the action is. president obama struggling to come up with some kind of approach that is creative enough to diffuse the tensions and strong enough to get russia to back down. there is no sign of that,
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george, right now. vladimir putin is getting what he wants. >> that's right. secretary kerry going to be there in ukraine tomorrow. thank you, terry. time to switch gears back to the big night here in hollywood. >> such a special night. truly incredible. starting with ellen and ending with a jump for joy. >> and the oscar goes to -- lupita nyong'o. >> with her best supporting actress win, lupita nyong'o has entered hollywood's most elite club. >> thank you so much for putting me in this position. it has been the joy of my life. when i look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every little child that no matter where you're from, your dreams are valid. >> reporter: her speech didn't leave a dry eye in the house. ♪ here come bad news talking this and that ♪ >> reporter: but tinseltown's new queen showed a much happier side when she joined meryl streep, amy adams and singer
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pharrell in this happy dance. ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you feel like a room without a roof ♪ >>reporter: and the happiness continues for best actress winner, cate blanchett. >> sit down, you're too old to be standing. >> reporter: and those "dallas buyers club" boys. winning best supporting actor. >> this is for the 36 million. people who have lost the battle. to aids. >> reporter: along with best actor, matthew mcconaughey bringing home his very best -- first oscar. >> to my wife camila and my kids, the courage and significance you give me every day i go out the door is unparalleled. you're the four people in my life that i want to make the most proud of me. to that i say, all right, all right, all right. >> for those of you watching around the world, it's been a tough couple of days for us here. it has been raining. [laughter] >> reporter: host ellen
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degeneral res kept the stars in stitches. >> i think you should think of yourselves as winners. not all of you. but if people who have won before should think of yourselves. ♪ somewhere over the rainbow >> reporter: while pink dazzled with her tribute to "the wizard of oz." complete with a cameo by whoopi goldberg. "gravity" took home the most awards of the night. with seven oscars. >> and the oscar goes to -- >> "gravity." >> "gravity." >> "gravity." >> reporter: but the grand prize, best picture, went to "12 years a slave." >> thank you for this incredible honor. you bestowed on our film tonight. >> reporter: director steve mcqueen literally jumping for joy. as well he should. so many terrific moments. i don't know about you. i was so touched by "the wizard of oz" tribute. singing out loud, singing it proud with pink. >> i know. >> talking to steve mcqueen, had to have been a half hour afterwards, he was still barely there. you could see him having a complete and total out-of-body experience.
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>> that might last a long time. >> i think it will. remember, they didn't know if it would be their movie or would it be "gravity." it was a tossup. i think the academy got it right. "gravity" got the awards it should have. and "12 years a slave" their's. and the two stars of "dallas buyers club" just perfect on and off screen. among the winners, matthew mcconaughey and jared leto. you could see that same type of chemistry last night. i spoke with -- i was speaking with jared and then look who shows up back stage. >> and the oscar goes to -- >> reporter: if there was one win to bet on -- >> jared leto. >> reporter: jared leto had everyone buying in. the 42-year-old taking home the first award of the night for his supporting role as rayon, a hiv-positive transgendered woman in "dallas buyers club."
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>> in 1971 louisiana, there was a teenage girl who was pregnant with her second child. she -- uh -- was a high school dropout. and a single mom. that girl is my mother. i love you, mom, thank you for teaching me to dream. >> reporter: that's a big shoutout to your mom. >> she did. she had really challenging circumstances, and she made a better life for herself and in turn for me and my bro. she's everything. >> reporter: leto's shocking transformation began before he got the role. is this a true story, you auditioned via skype? >> i did. it wasn't really an audition, it was a meeting with the director. someone grabbed me lipstick. i reached and put it on right after i said hello. i took off my jacket. i had a pink sweater on pulled over my shoulder. i proceeded to flirt with him a little bit like rayon probably would have. and i woke up the next morning with the part. so i guess it worked.
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>> you're about to be photo-bombed. >> oh, my lord. >> congratulations. >> thank you. beautiful. >> thank you so much. >> great speech. >> come here. would you tell him it's a great speech? he came back thinking he didn't hit it out of the park. >> he's wonderful for those things. i've already talked to you about that. the apology to get settled in. >> you have to try to remember what you were going to say. i forgot to thank people. of course i obsess about all that. but i'm glad i got to thank my mom. >> a great story about your mom and your brother. >> he was worried about didn't want to do the interview at first because he wanted to be in his seat for your category. that's the kind of love. i love -- >> you're going to be here for a couple of hours. congratulations, brother. >> thank you, thank you. he gave me the job. you know? i wouldn't have gotten the job if he didn't say okay, let's give this guy a shot.
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>> and a couple hours later, the guy who gave him his shot got the oscar himself. you spoke with him backstage. just so full of -- i love those unscripted moments backstage when they can be together like that. >> to see the connection they had on the screen, to see it endure especially on the the biggest night of their lives. it was great. >> how about some other news? what is being called a major step in the fight against diabetes, a disease that affects nearly 30 million americans. scientists have identified a rare gene that can lower your risk of getting type ii diabetes by as much as 65%. even protecting high-risk obese people from the disease. drug companies such as pfizer are now racing to develop a medication that will act like that gene. though they admit the process could take at least a decade. in new york today, osama bin laden's son-in-law, abu ghaith, goes on trial, becoming the highest ranking member of al qaeda to be tried on u.s. soil.
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abu ghaith was the terror network spokesman after the 9/11 attacks. an anonymous jury will be selected for security purposes. abu ghaith has pleaded not guilty to terrorism and conspiracy charges. also happening today. president obama sits down with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house. one day after warning that time is running out for a peace deal with the palestinians. the president warned that if peace talks fail, the u.s. will have limited ability to protect israel from the international fallout. a chaotic scene at the white house sunday. hundreds of demonstrators chained themselves to the fence and spread across pennsylvania avenue refusing to move. they were protesting the prosupposed keystone oil pipeline. claiming it would damage the environment. nearly 400 people were arrested in the protest. and finally, one of the great golf shots you will ever see. it came on the 18th hole in a playoff round in a women's
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tournament in singapore. take a look. everything on the line for paula creamer facing a virtually impossible 70-foot putt. look at that ball, trickle down, and then break about a foot right to left. tracing an arc into the cup. go crazy, paula. go crazy. >> she can't believe it. >> she can't believe it, no way. >> did i do that? >> her first title in four years. she says she could probably stand there again all day long and not come within six feet of the hole. a wonderful moment. >> that is so great. the weather not so great for many people. >> you know, and it was so bad here. guess what, by next weekend here it will be 80 and nice. just to let you know. a special place to show you my weather. come on over with me. give you an idea of what's happened.
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the wind chill 12 below in chicago. 9 below in st. louis and 3 below pittsburgh. a real quick look at the warmup that's happening out in the southwest. but for now, we have to get to your local forecast in just 30 seconds.
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>> really the big headline this morning, if i ever get to be on a red carpet, i would like to look like robin and lara. or at least half of what you guys looked like. stunning. >> thank you, ginger. >> it was fun to be out there. >> it was so much fun. >> you did complement each other beautifully there. >> it's hard to believe, we did put a little thought to it, george. >> you look beautiful. >> my thanks to dennis basso. right now, coming up on "gma," the high-stakes trial of the olympian oscar pistorius on trial right now. he just came face to face to his slain girlfriend, reeva steenkamp's mother. she said she came to court to look him in the eyes. also ahead inside ellen's
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driver involved is cooperating with police. earlier this morning an hour away there was a head-on collision. the drivers of both vehicles are suspected of drunk driving. a 33-year-old woman was in one vehicle with her four-year-old daughter. they suffered serious injuries and they were taken to a hospital in critical condition. the rest of the commute, here is sue hall. >> that was pretty much both of those were the big commute stories of the morning. so fortunately as you mentioned, the accident has been opened. washington at oliver remains close pd. highway 1 shut down at highway 84 due to a head-on collision.
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and a good monday morning from the. you can see a lot of cloud cover behind me. we're tracking live doppler seven. scattered light rain across the north bay. if you're stepping out right now, temperatures in the low to mid 50s. seven day forecas
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♪ cause i'm happy clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ ♪ cause i'm happy can't get enough of the song from this stage to our stage here in studio b. "happy" has everyone on their feet this morning. our "gma" dancers getting in the studio as we say good morning, america, from los angeles, hollywood. and, let's take a look at this. incredible night last night. incredible. you talk about the oscars. everything that happened. and that twitter selfie that smashed records. >> and then behind the scene moments that you didn't see on the red carpet plus the moment that went viral when jennifer lawrence almost took a tumble again this year. >> one more time.
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>> we'll get into it. >> we do begin with the trial of oscar pistorius. he is facing charges in south africa for killing his girlfriend last year. it has become the trial of the century in that country. cameras in the courtroom and hamish macdonald has the latest from pretoria. >> reporter: facing the cameras on his journey to facing justice. oscar pistorius is guided into court past the family of the woman he killed, reeva steenkamp's mother said she wants to look him in the eye and see the truth. but this morning, there's no eye contact. misser to yaus faces four charges and a possible life sentence. >> how do you plead? >> not, my lady. >> his fate is in the hands of this judge who has the job of ignoring the frenzy. >> this is probably the biggest trial of the century. certainly so far it is. >> reporter: the defense claims it was a tragic mistake. pistorius thought steenkamp was an intruder in the home. he acted in self defense. prosecutors allege it was
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deliberate. he opened fire during an argument in early hours of valenti valentine's day last year. the prosecution will claim he was reckless and gun happy. new images show pistorius on a gun range,i shooting the pistol that killed steenkamp. there is evidence of a flirtatious and loving couple. >> we're looking at a double tragedy, really. because no matter what happens, his life will never be the same again. >> reporter: the trial is due to last three weeks, but a long list of witnesses mean it could last much longer. spending the last few hours inside that courtroom, i can tell you it is truly incredible in there. reeva steenkamp's family is sat shoulder to should we are oscar's family. george, none of them are even looking at each other. >> thank you, hamish. get back to the oscars now. josh what an interview with cate blanche
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blanchett. >> i got to sit down with cate blanchett. such a fantastic actress. so many roles to her name. not surprising, then, that she took home her second oscar. >> this night's going to talk for me. i'm not saying a thing. >> it's always fun to be the one to be able to ask you about the moment. >> cate blanchett. >> he looked at me. that's when i knew. you never expect it to happen. i think the more expectation there is around it, the more nervous it gets. um, so, it was -- it's always a shock in that moment. there's never any shoo-ins. it's not the olympics. it's a cultural event. in the end, the choice is subjective. as random and as subjective as this award is, it means a great deal. >> you called it random and subjective. that's what i love. it's always been something for me to try to wrap my head around.
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the idea of the most subjective things, arlt, that we could possibly have and we choose one that's the best. so what does it mean to you? >> it means that more voters voted for me than for meryl. go figure. >> i have to say to you as the father of a young daughter, it was such a lovely -- >> do you want arrange marriages. how old is she? >> 5 1/2. >> my 5 1/2-year-old, almost 6 is vomiting at the moment. that's okay. he's a very lovely boy. >> he's a supple lad, i'm sure. who pays the dowry? i have to come up with it? >> you have to. that's okay. we can work something out. show me a picture. >> i want to thank you. you certainly earned it. and we'll talk about the arranged marriage in a couple. congratulations. completely disarming. she seemed every -- i will say, of everybody i spoke to last night, she seemed every bit the
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veteran. again, it was a second oscar win for her. just wonderful. wonderfully in the moment. >> you have a future going. >> and apparently, we're on. she's also going to be the in-law. if i can just have the statue for holidays and maybe birthday parties. that would be great. >> that's pretty fair. >> again, it's those moments. those behind-the-scenes moments that we remember so well. there were a lot more of those back stage with the winners. but lara and i were in the thick of the behind the scenes actions on the red carpet as well. a look at the star-studded and fun moments you have not seen, perhaps. ♪ it's colder here than it was at the winter olympics. >> what about my hair? >> why here? why now? why me? >> why? too much? i have no makeup on. >> i brought the hat down like this.
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when you see us later, it will be -- i know. this is a cinderella moment, okay? this is not the norm. this is definitely oscar time. can't i just go like this? down the red carpet, please? >> oh, man. i popped a button, all right? >> lara, i leave you alone for two seconds. a wardrobe malfunction. what happened? >> give it up for "gma's" robin roberts! >> i'm on the oscar stage. now i totally get how jennifer lawrence tripped. these stairs, check these out. i mean, it's precarious. it's dangerous. it's exciting and tense. oh, my gosh. this is a moment. >> see ya. >> bye. >> let me say, we have nothing to complain about life. if those are our worst worries in life? >> that's true. but your jobs are a lot harder than ours. >> those are the fun moments. >> rain, lack of sleep, no problem.
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>> kind of like when ellen said we haven't had rain in two days. thank you for your prayers. >> the weather, it came off in the 11th hour. it sure did. >> just in time. that's what it needed to do. i spent a majority of my weekend in a baseball cap because i was covering that. i want to give you an idea of what is happening. the storm has moved east. it's a wreck from oklahoma to arkansas this morning with sleet on the road. as it moves through the mid-atlantic, i wanted to show you when it will move out. this afternoon, still in virginia, parts of north carolina. by tonight, we say good-bye to the storm. a quick look at what's happening south. the cold front slips through. places like birmingham today, only going to get to 44. 55 for atlanta. this is cold, cold, cold front. the last thing you want to hear as we start ma
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>> and in some places, it was great for california. almost 50% of the drought in some spots taking care of. >> they needed it. they needed it. >> thank you, ginger. coming up, we go inside the moment that smashed records and broke twitter. ellen's a-list superselfie. there it is. >> i loved it. everybody was in the picture, too. >> great surprises. unprecedented access. backstage with brad pitt. and the star-studded team behind "12 years a slave" with their best picture win. and here, dj kiss, derek hough, and the "gma" dancers. [ cheers and applause ] eers and applause ] ♪ [ daughter ] my dad always talks about the deal he and mom made with me when i was ten. he said, "you get the grades to go to college -- and we'll help out with the school of your choice." well, i got the grades
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♪ a room without a roof ♪ because i'm happy come along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ the oscars. and we all agree that another big winner of the oscar night was the host. ellen degeneres. wow, the dolby theatre queen of the stage. abc's chris connelly has a look at ellen's shining moment. >> reporter: it was ellen just being ellen. >> andy? lupita.
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okay, wait. look here. >> reporter: a superstar selfie gone wild. that turned into tweet-tastic history. and with more than 2 million retweets smashed the twitter record set by president obama. >> we crashed and broke twitter. we have made history. >> reporter: it was the perfect execution of her comedy game plan. to spread the laughs out all show long. starting off with some soft-edged zingers. >> amy adams, you went to college, right? no? who cares. >> reporter: with the first ten rows relaxed, she spent time off the stage and among the nominees. >> i have a crazy idea i will order pizza. so if i do, i don't want it to go the waste. who will eat pizza if i -- jennifer? yes. harrison? >> reporter: turning it into an everyone's invited dinner party with dinner. >> julia wants cheese. who is your favorite movie star?
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they're here. who do you want to talk to? >> reporter: and passing a very famous hat to pay the delivery guy. >> what do you have, harvey? >> $200. does that cover it? >> it's a start. >> your stock just went up. you got some money now, lupita. [ laughter ] i'll take that. what is that? >> lip balm. >> lupita's lip balm. that's worth something. >> reporter: no big comedy production numbers. for ellen on oscar night, no problem. >> the most important thing in life is love. and friendship. and family. and if people don't have those things, well, then, they usually get into show business. so. [ laughter ] >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> thank you. >> so many great moments. she set just the right tone. and you know that record-breaking selfie from ellen took on a new life when people noticed. someone in the picture not recognized in that high-wattage
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group. that is lupita nyong'o's brother, peter, on the right. who she so beautifully thanked in her speech. people have created their own versions of the epic photo bomb. and, yes, we couldn't help but get in on the trend ourselves. there we are. >> oh. >> did we really do that? >> we did. >> yeah, that looks -- >> i know, that would have -- a great moment. she promised. she said she was going to get out in the crowd a lot. feels very comfortable doing that. and you could tell people in the crowd were comfortable with her because they knew they were safe. >> such a relaxed feeling. coming up, everybody. so much more. like oscar-winner matthew mcconaughey. his wife, camila, stunning on the red carpet. she allowed us to go with her behind the scenes as she got ready for hollywood's biggest night. and a "play of the day." actually we're going to borrow from ellen's selfie moment there. photo bombs galore.
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good morning, america. our oscars ultimate party heats up. right now. >> that's good. look at us. >> the battle for the best dressed. jennifer lawrence, the lady in red. oscar winner cate dazzling. in white. and best supporting actress winner lupita stealing the show in fairy tale blue. inside the star-studded parties. plus, oscar winner matthew mcconaughey's wife, camila, takes us behind the scenes from getting glam to rocking the red carpet. all that, plus derek huff joining us dancing "happy." >> good morning, america. good morning america's ultimate oscar party live from studio b in los angeles. now robin, george, lara, josh,
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derek hough and the red carpet dancers with ginger zee. ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey ♪ everybody don't you know it's me now ♪ ♪ when he's back with a brand-new beat now ♪ ♪ to the sound of the radio ♪ to the sound of the radio ♪ ooh ooh ooh ♪ to the sound of the radio [ cheers and applause ] >> are you kidding me, ginger zee? whoa! look at that! her dancing debut right here with derek hough and the "gma" dancers. a whole new side of ginger zee this morning right here. on "gma." >> wow. >> hey, ginger. you know what's coming next, now? derek, what do you think? she should go on "dancing with
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the stars." >> she's great, right. >> this guy is a magician. >> she's awesome. >> 10, 10, 10, 10. >> thank you. >> can we start the chants for "dancing with the stars"? ginger, ginger, ginger. >> we are going to be announcing the dancers and their pairings tomorrow right here on "gma." they might have to scramble that after what we saw this morning. >> i'm so proud of you. >> she brought it. she certainly did. we'll have the pairings and all that tomorrow. we have our own star-studded cast this morning. d.l. hughley. brooke burke-charvet. dj kiss, all here. helping to launch our oscars afterparty. and unlimited access to the afterparties. d.l. takes us there. brooke will break down the best of the red carpet. her top three looks of the night. we're well covered this morning. >> yes, we are. and we do have some surprises
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ahead as well, including a -- jubilant and enotional interview back stage with, again, the team behind "12 years a slave". brad pitt among them. steve mcqueen he said he was barely there. >> such an exciting moment. so many. it was so wonderful to have the accessed that we did. looking forward to sharing it all with you. and a surprising interview backstage with best actor winner matthew mcconaughey. he and his wife, camila alves, absolutely in my opinion one of the best-dressed couples on the red carpet. >> i agree. >> she let us go behind the scenes with her. as she got ready. >> they're not the only best-dressed couple. let's look at robin and lara. wowing everyone last night. look at those gowns. you look so fabulous. >> thank you, george. >> lara, you were saying. cate blanchett's dress was heavy when i picked up the train. yours was as well? >> it was heavy. those are heavy beads. it was between seven and ten
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pounds. >> i hate to see the gender line, but boy. >> you don't know what we go through. >> between that and the rain, i worked really hard. >> it is -- you guys are great. >> i loved working with you. that was the best, robin. >> anytime, anytime. >> news josh? we're going to begin with the crisis in ukraine. affecting global stock markets now and causing oil and gas prices to spike overnight. there are new concerns that russia could send more troops into eastern ukraine, despite a stern warning from secretary of state john kerry. he told george that russia could face harsh diplomatic and financial penalties if they don't reverse course. the crisis is affecting consumers around the globe. russia is one of the top suppliers of oil and natural gas. overnight, oil prices jumped more than a dollar a barrel. that will hit drivers at the
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pump. wholesale gas prices are up nearly four cents per gallon today. the other big story this morning, the weather. a snow emergency declared in the nation's capital. most federal offices in washington, d.c. closed. the mid-atlantic region braces for up to a foot of snow. thousands of flights, meanwhile, are canceled or delayed. ginger's complete forecast in a moment. the suspect in a brazen gold heist in florida is being sent back to the u.s. to face charges. authorities say they found him hiding in bushes, trying to sneak across the border from belize to guatemala. valdez stands accused of stealing nearly $3 million in gold from a courier back in miami in 2012. the largest gold heist in florida's history. that gold has not yet been recovered. important news for parents. the popular machines many parents use to help their babies fall asleep at night? they may be damaging their children's hearing.
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new research found that at maximum volume, the noise level from many of the machines actually kpeelded workplace safety limits for adults. experts recommend moving the machines away from the child's crib, though some models are designed to attach to the crib itself. and finally, what a wonderful story this is. a pint-sized good samaritan in michigan. who is showing all of us the power of a truly good deed. 8-year-old cayden recently saw that some of his fellow students were struggling to buy their lunches. they didn't have enough money in their accounts. so cayden had an idea. he started collecting donations. then he started redeeming bottles on his own time. he used that money to pay off his classmates' accounts. cayden has now paid them all off, ensuring that everyone, all of his classmates has a hot lunch to eat. >> the way he took it upon himself to recognize that and
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found a way. good for him. good for him. >> thank you. >> what an example. >> and for everybody like cayden out there, thank you. >> ginger is over there with a partner for the weather. still dressed for dancing. >> that was so impressive. >> wasn't that fun? >> it was fantastic. >> all derek hough. people say he's a magician. it's so true. he's the king of dance. why not come into my world, right? >> can i ask a question? she looks like natural. does she have it? >> she was great. you saw her right, she was fantastic. absolutely. we came straight from the oscar party, so she was already warmed up. >> yeah, yeah, a very rough morning. this is is what i wanted to do. bring derek in, get him started in some weather. we got to all learn something new in life. >> let's do it. >> and the other things, ladies, i had a lot of questions. when i started dancing with you. he does smell great. just telling you. >> oh. >> check this out. we're going to do a little chilly move. boston, d.c., atlanta, raleigh, all the highs. >> brr. >> very good. next up, i wanted to give you an idea of what is happening in the pacific northwest. we just got rid of the rain.
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and derek, yes. >> in that direction. >> from west to east. perfect. natural here, too. >> and now i have to go change to do the rest of weather. >> you actually do not have to. we love it. >> i could wear this the whole time. there's a lot of sequence. >> and fly home in that as well. >> hey, everybody at the airport. l.a.x., how's it going? >> she's embracing it. >> she's having fun today. how about some "pop news "?
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"pop news" time. i have a little help. d.l. hughley. in the house. he's the host of a nationally syndicated radio show, "the d.l. hughley show." shall we? >> yes, yes. >> begin this morning. just jump in whenever you see fit. one of the hottest trends last night's oscar red carpet, having your proud mom on your arm as your date. nominee jonah hill, he had his mom, sharon. spoke with her. such a lovely lady and so very proud. michael fassbender had his mom. and leonardo dicaprio had his favorite gal. he says he owes everything he's done to her. and here's best supporting actor jared leto, whose mom, he captured her reaction online when he asked if she would be his date. matthew mcconaughey brought his mom, kay, and his beautiful wife, camila. kay said to me she has never been so proud. >> she ought to be. >> yeah. >> that's great.
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that's really cool. >> i think the only trend i noticed was the really tall blonde women with really short old dudes. >> did you see a lot of that? >> oh, yeah. man, if i knew you would have lived this long, we would have never gotten together. >> the old dudes rooting for them. an historic weekend for "frozen" winning an oscar last night. for best animated feature and best original song. an especially big night for one of the writers. robert lopez, one of the writers, he's officially a member of the egot club. he has an emmy, a grammy, an oscar, and a tony. his daughters made him the perfect accessory to celebrate that accomplishment. it's an egot macaroni necklace. isn't that pretty? >> it is really pretty. >> he is the 12th member of this elite club. among them, audrey hepburn, mike nichols, mel brooks, and whoopi goldberg. >> i asked about that song. of course i asked about that
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song last night. they have been -- they wrote it in 2012. they've been singing it to their kids for 18 months, they said. >> and the whole movie changed after they wrote the song. incredible. >> but all he got was a macaroni necklace? that's it? >> i think that is just the beginning. >> vintage. vintage. >> i love that. and finally, d.l., on a night where nobody gets sleep, let's be honest. not that anybody is complaining, such a fun evening. i thought it was the perfect morning to celebrate the yawn. or rather the screaming yawn. here you go. [ screaming ] >> people yawning. and these are not real, george. unlike cody, the screaming dog, these are -- voiceover screams. [ screaming ] >> that little kid. >> what is the ostrich pillow like? >> oh, the videos are online to
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promote the ostrich pillow light, george. it's a pillow that you can wear so it's a -- it's like a veritable stick your head in the sand. so you can sleep while you're sitting up. sounds just about right. >> those are people who didn't get the part? >> and that is "pop news." before we go, i want to share our "morning menu." here is what's coming up. the battle for best dressed. the stars who wowed on the red carpet. our backstage interview with the team behind "12 years a slave" moments after they won best picture. and d.l. hughley taking us behind the scenes at oscar's biggest parties. like you've never seen them. all that and more coming up on "good morning america" live in los angeles. take it away dj kiss. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ good morning america's morning men ju brought to you by centrum silver multivitamin. ♪
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they were moved by and we were moved by what we saw last week. >> we got so much reaction to that. what a powerful voice she has. >> a lot of stars said they were looking forward to her singing that last night. it was a point of that audience was waiting for. she killed it. >> yet another great moment. the performances. and of course, the dresses. the gowns. the tuxedos for the boys. so many looked great. robin and i there to share the glitz and glamour. and the stars, boy, they did not disappoi disappoint. ♪ they didn't just vie for oscar gold. they were battling it out for best dressed. >> you have to train to walk in a train. >> reporter: lupita nyong'o wows with sky blue prada princess gown kicking off a blue moment shared by fellow nominees amy adams in gucci and an alexander mcqueen-clad sandra bullock.
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>> i'm feeling a little blue. >>. >> reporter: the men followed suit. >> love the navy blue. >> oh, wow, it is navy blue. >> it is. >> thank you. >> reporter: whether it was pharrell in shorts. please tell me there's a black tie version of the hat somewhere waiting for you for later. >> i don't know. >> maybe? >> i don't know. >> love the hat. >> it loves you back. >> reporter: the "dallas buyers club" winners opts for white. this year, traditional tuxes took a backseat to creativity. and channing tatum admits he has an active say in what his wife wears. he says he weighed in. on what to wear. >> yes, yes. he's really good. i text him pictures. this was hands-down the winner. >> glad you approve of this reem acra. >> girls get crazy. is it this one? is it this one? guys are very binary. it's like that one. >> reporter: kate hudson says she consults with mom. your mom is in a gold versace. >> versace.
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>> reporter: do you call each other up and talk fashion? we live seven blocks away and so we go to each other's house. >> it's so fun. >> it's really fun. >> reporter: and taking no chances of tripping this year, jennifer lawrence swears by the stair test. did you consider walking up the stage this year when you choose the dress? >> this year, i did a stair test in the back staircase. got it a little dusty. it worked. for them. but i tripped over a cone. i guess i'm not safe. >> reporter: but she sure was sexy with a diamond necklace dangling down her back. how about that 31-karat stunner on charlize theron. >> it's not about comfort tonight. >> oh, talk about a hit. don't we have that necklace right here? >> we sure do. >> we're going to get to that. the original. but where are our manners? let's bring in our dear friend brooke burke-charvet for our monday morning red carpet breakdown. brooke, it is great to see you. >> thank you. >> as we all know, after seven glorious seasons of "dancing
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with the stars," you're no longer going to be the co-host. you've been so wonderful in how you're handling all this. >> oh, thank you. the only shocking thing about it was the way that it went down. finding out just several weeks before the premier was a little tough. but i'm good. i'm happy. i'm going to be watching you tomorrow. it isn't about us as hosts. it's about the cast. we're only as good as our cast. i'm excited about a new venture and diving into a new project. my fan base has been so supportive. a little bit angry. i hope they'll still tune in. >> on to the next chapter. >> i'm excited. >> you should be. >> you have been terrific all the way through. thrilled to have you here. i want to hear your picks. did you love lupita nyong'o's gown as much as we did? >> she was such a vision. i love the blush tones. that beautiful powder blue. the head band, the diamond earrings. she was stunning and so elegant. it was very glamorous. >> she said it was a shout out to her homeland, nairobi.
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she said she wanted to feel -- bring a piece of home with her on the carpet. and facebook, in partnership with "instyle" number one look. number one look from people. >> it was great. >> another favorite look on the red carpet was jennifer lawrence. her look. what did you think about her gown? >> lady in red. effortless. i thought she was so beautiful. i loved her necklace. $15 million necklace. >> ooh. >> jennifer lawrence's? >> yes. and i loved the diamonds dripping down the back. it was incredible. >> she did look so polished and tailored. christian dior, she has a relationship with. let's talk about charlize theron's necklace. >> is that it? is that it? >> our producers have secured it. >> back away. >> i know you're out there. >> this center stone was a flawless -- it was a flawless center stone. >> look at that. >> just incredible. >> harry winston created it. i loved -- i loved her dress. it was so dramatic. >> i liked the illusion straps. the hour glass.
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the shirring. the details. she looked amazing. >> she was right where we were at the end of the preshow sitting down. the train of her dress, i was so scared i was going to step on it. >> i talked to her on the red carpet. she stopped at my location. just the ovation from the crowd. when they saw her. you couldn't help but stare at everything she had on. especially that necklace right there. the train we were all working on. >> i have to correct myself. it was charlize's necklace that was $15 million. and jennifer's was stunning as well. but she was just gorgeous. >> shoutout to the guys. we were all -- pharrell, go for it with the shorts. leonardo dicaprio. in navy blue. it looked good on you. >> i like a little hint of black. not so much that you can do for the guys in tuxes. i think it was all about the ladies this season. >> thank you, brooke, all the best going forward. >> thank you. >> you know who always looks dapper? that man right there, josh elliott. i'm looking at you, josh.
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>> you have never looked better. george and i with much more on the red carpet looks. we want to turn now to a real favorite heading into last night. "12 years a slave." it did not disappoint. lupita nyong'o looked great. and won big. took home the oscar for best supporting actress. the movie, itself, took home the seminal award of the night for best picture. i had a chance to talk to nyong'o and the star-studded team behind this singular film after their big win. >> and the oscar goes to -- lupita nyong'o. >> that's my name. that moment of realization and then just like -- just realizing, what that means. you know, that i have -- an academy-award winner. it doesn't escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is thanks to so much pain
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in someone else's. i take so much to make myself care. >> i'm fascinated by the giving of awards for so subjective a thing. what, for you, what does it mean? >> well, it means that my work is appreciated. it means that i got to play a woman, a character, in a real woman who touched people. >> "12 years a slave." >> reporter: the film also took home best picture. as the cast and production team savored their winning moment, including someone who was a part of both, brad pitt. >> it was an incredible experience. it was a privilege to be part of the story. but it was steve that found solomon's story. >> i dedicate this award to all the people who have endured slavery and the 21 million people who still suffer slavery today. >> reporter: for seven weeks, the crew shot the film in the unforgiving 108-degree heat of a
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louisiana summer. >> shooting in august in new orleans, that was commitment. >> what did that do? what part did that play? >> i think it worked to our benefit. i think the heat was a character in the story. >> kudos to the background players in new orleans. the city of new orleans. because they were in from day one. >> reporter: theirs was a commitment shared by all. >> we wanted to make this story. we had a passion for it. we're all very proud of the picture. very proud. >> a truly important film justly rewarded. still to come, more from the backstage. including an interview with matthew mcconaughey. stick around. ♪ good morning america's ultimate oscar party is brought to you by jcpenney. when it fits, you feel it.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. grief counselor wills be able at the junior high school today to help the students cope with the death of a classmate who was hit and killed by a freight train. the 14-year-old girl was on the train tracks with her boyfriend yesterday. they saw the train coming and got out of the way but investigators say the girl ran back on to the track when she realized she dropped her cell phone. investigators are not revealed the name of the victim. an update on your morning commute. >> we've still got a couple of things out there. couple of cars got excite. eastbound the bay bridge, apparently the car flipped the wrong direction on the decline
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direction. this is eastbound. and we still are the issue at washington and olive and fremont. traffic is not getting through that area. >> thank you very
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and good morning from the roof where you can hear the sounds of progress being made. let's take a look at live doppler 7 hd. there you go, scattered rain. by noon it's going to make it to
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the ground. by the evening rush hour, all of us should have some evening ♪ ♪ everybody well don't you know it's me now yeah who is this ♪ ♪ when he's back with a brand-new beat now ♪ ♪ and the sound of the rhythm wow. >> twitter is blowing up. >> ginger. look at that, messy, sexy hair. right? oh, shake it, don't break it. >> wow. ginger zee. >> ooh. >> oh, my. >> ginger, you are -- >> the rest of the show today was everything after ginger. >> that's it. >> who are we kidding? >> anybody could have done that. derek, puts your hand where it needs to go, and all of a sudden, you're dancing. >> ginger, not anybody could have done that. >> if by anybody at this table, you mean you, yes. >> great, job gorgeous.
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derek hough taking you through the moves. and fitting, because we're revealing the entire cast of the new season of "dancing with the stars" exclusively right here tomorrow. i think we -- >> unless you want to tell us something? >> i got nothing. i wish. i wish. it was so fun. after doing that, i can feel. in my body, three days, a little tightness. you change. i love it. the energy that comes out. >> be careful of what you wish for on live television. >> dj kiss, welcome, welcome, welcome. your third annual visit with us on an oscar monday after. welcome, welcome, welcome. >> we still have great moments from last night. matthew mcconaughey. what an emotional win for him last night. you could feel so many people rooting for him. you went backstage. you asked him interesting questions. thanks to our friends at facebook. >> he pulled the question. it was uncanny. i'll just -- i'll say that. >> i love the facebook fish bowl. our viewers, you all give us some of the most creative questions. the stars are so open about answering them.
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>> his acceptance speech was so touching. moving, emotional. and his wife allowed us to tag along to see how she hit the red carpet. she'll be spilling her secrets to getting ready for the big night. >> those are some secrets i want. she looked flawless. such a beautiful woman. check out our behind the scenes insta-stop camera. from last night. we teamed up with instagram to give a few of the winners a chance to give a nod to the people they may have forgotten in the tense moment of the acceptance speech. cate blanchett with a long list. jared leto with the word sorry written all over his face. >> aw. >> and lupita with a shoutout to the many people who helped make her dream a reality. i love that idea. >> it was a great idea. and you know what? they wanted to do it. they were like, oh. in the moment. you forget. >> it is like the do-over. "the great gma do-over." >> wow. didn't think about that.
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that's true. >> all rivers flow together. >> it lives on. you know what our dear, dear friends. kelly ripa and michael strahan are hosting a live after-oscars show. from the very stage at the dolby theater where the gold statues were handed out last night. they're joining us now to tell us all about it and their own wild hollywood night. michael? >> yo. >> kelly, good morning to you. >> good morning, robin. you looked so beautiful last night. >> it was great to see you when i finished the preshow. and you were standing back there. you're the first people -- the first person that they see when they walk that you have stage, right, kelly? >> it's amazing, because, um, when people win an academy award, they're very happy to see you, it so happens. i got some great interviews with all of the stars that won the academy award. it was a big thrill. we're going to have lupita nyong'o here on our stage this morning.
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to sort of retell us all about it. to me, that was the moment of the night. >> well, you're going to have fun with her. hey, michael, what did you like the best about last night? >> i loved the dresses, robin. i kind of enjoyed the wardrobe. i enjoyed the singing. i enjoyed the performances. and i -- some of the acceptance speeches were magnificent. to watch jared leto talk about his mom. in 1971, a single mom. to two kids. the love he spoke of for his brother. and lupita, her entire message. it was so heart-felt. just really amazing speeches. and matthew mcconaughey, all right, all right, all right. >> the over and under on how many times you're going to hear that. now, did i hear on your show you said you were going stay up all night. did you do that? >> we did. we stayed up all night. >> we did. >> we did. we were banking on the other one being responsible and sleeping.
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and neither one of us did. so anything could happen. >> we ended up at the same party. we were both too happy to be up at 2:00. >> i know, we're like, we might as well just stay up. keep going. >> it is a real privilege to be there on the very stage where the oscars took place. we think that you're probably very hungry. josh is always talking about in n out burgers. we have somebody there to supply you with some protein. >> thank you. >> they had them at the party last night. we didn't get one. we wanted one. we didn't get one. thank you so much. >> thank you, thank you. this is going to get us through the show. you have no idea. you just made this man very happy. >> and you just made this man very jealous. >> michael, kelly, you know we're always here for you. enjoy, enjoy. we're not going to miss "live with kelly & michael" after oscar show this morning. check your local listing for the show time near you. thank you you two for staying up. >> no sleep! >> whoo!
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>> it's going to be good. >> i love it when you talk with your mouth full. >> you can see everything. >> go kelly. >> we'll see you guys. thanks so much. bye. >> they look delicious. you know, a guy who couldn't -- >> and the burgers look good, too. >> was that you? ellen? >> somebody who couldn't have had one, he had to drop 50 pounds for his role, matthew mcconaughey. one of the big stories for the entire award season. his luck last night, was it luck? it was, all right, all right, all right. i spoke with him backstage moments after his big win for best actor. >> thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. >> reporter: and with that show of essential gratitude, matthew mcconaughey joined oscars singular club of best actors. gratitude. it really does seem to be the focus for you right now. >> i think there's things to be thankful for all around. this movie that everyone said
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couldn't did. and here we are. it feels great. the older you get, the more rules they're going to try to get you to follow. >> reporter: the 44-year-old mcconaughey hadn't forgotten the classic role that launched his award season's catch phrase -- >> all right, all right, all right. all right, all right. all right, all right, all right. >> reporter: but his career. >> when shooting dazed and confused, i have people coming up and saying, hey, you're good at this. i'm getting a $300 check every night. and i'm having the time of my life. i'm going, maybe i could try this out. it turns out the be my career. and one that i absolutely love. news flash for y'all, there ain't nothing out there that can kill ron woodruff in 30 days. >> what was it about this movie that you had to do? >> it had humor. it wasn't melodramatic. they got good meds out of mexico that is better than what you could get here in the states. it will be a challenging bounce. >> reporter: good to be here with jared tonight? >> absolutely. i'm proud of him. i think his performance was great. >> the facebook fish bowl, if you would.
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>> that's the one. right there. >> read it. >> where do you see yourself in 5, 10, 15 years? >> and his luck and timing just kept coming. that just so happened to be the theme of his acceptance speech. >> when i was 15 years old, i had a very important person in my life said, who is your hero? i said, it's me in ten years. >> just so we're clear, we did not plan that out. >> so i was 25, that person came back to me, and said, are you your hero? i said, not even close. my hero is ten years away. my hero is 35. >> so good. so great to see just a man in his moment. again, on the biggest of stages. >> congratulations. >> congratulations. >> matthew mcconaughey. d.l. hughley. where are you? get in here. get in here. >> there you are. come on. >> i look tall. >> last night, big night for you. afterparties for us? >> i was -- i was -- everywhere.
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i was glad that "12 years a slave" won but i was glad that chiwetel didn't win. i never would have been able to pronounce his name. i would have called him chewy. they wouldn't have known if he was star wars or a gang banger. it was a lot of fun. >> what was the best for you? >> the biggest moment for me was at the aids foundation party with sir elton john. it was the first time i got to call someone sir and they were not searching my car. >> they go on all night long. >> yeah. >> there's cheryl burke. >> good morning, america. >> was it kind of one of those moments where you just pinch yourself? >> it was hard. like you see people on television and mu vis. it was interesting to get a chance to talk to them after they had a few drinks. we didn't show that stuff. >> all the good moves. >> thank you for being here. really, really appreciate it. >> thank you for having me.
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time, well, for a last check of the weather before her star turn on "dancing with the stars." ginger. >> oh, boy. i'm with a group of students from where? >> usc. >> usc. [ cheers and applause ] >> this is how you look good when you stay up all night. this, youth is what it takes. i asked them, i said, you look so fresh. they said, no, we're not. i've got a lot of concealer. so let's get right to the forecast. give you an idea of what's happening. just a quick look at dance-themed city. that's what we're doing today. jazz michigan, only 16. >> all that weather brought to you by aarp. the party is just getting started.
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♪ matthew mcconaughey's wife, camila alves, looking so radiant last night in that blush pink at the oscars. before the evening, she gave us a sneak peek, showing our rachel smith how she gets red carpet ready. >> matthew mcconaughey. >> reporter: matthew mcconaughey
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snagged best actor in a leading role and gave praise to the leading lady in his life. >> to my wife. the courage and significance you give me every day when i go out the door. >> reporter: and on the red carpet, camila alves was a prize of her own. >> you look ravishing. >> reporter: spinning heads. in a custom-designed dress. >> good morning, america. this is it. as soon as matthew got the nomination, i started working on the dress. >> reporter: on the heels of hollywood's busiest night, we caught up with the 32-year-old designer, model, and tv host. in santa mont ka to get her red carpet secret. >> about two weeks, i have been doing the detox drink in the morning. watching my diet. watch what i'm eating. i want to fit in the dress. >> reporter: you and matthew always wow on the carpet. do you try to coordinate your outfits? >> you have to work with your man and your partner, anytime you're going to an event, that you're going together, that you
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are presented as a whole. >> reporter: this year, her dress was a different look from the 2011 stunner. are you trying to have a contrast to that look? >> i'm keeping it simple. this time around. i'm not doing something to be like, hey, i'm here. but you want to have a wow factor. >> reporter: the final hours, the mom of three starts glamming up. >> starts at 9:00 in the morning. you're doing the nails. you do the whole nail process. you start, you know, hair. and makeup. and everybody, then everybody starts to kind of team up. >> reporter: right before hitting the red carpet, she enjoyed a drink with her glam squad to celebrate the end of an awards season. for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, los angeles. >> and our thanks to camila for letting us be part of her special, special day. coming up, john legend is with us, performing. live on "good morning america." [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ that is john legend last night at the governor's ball. what a privilege to have him with us here this morning right here on "gma" for a special oscar show live. john legend joins us now. a brand-new album out, love in the future. you had a big night in so many ways last night. i just learned that you actually curated the soundtrack for "12 years a slave." >> i did. i was excited. to even have a small role of helping that movie get out the the people. i remember seeing it before it was in theaters and being so inspired and so moved and just really bowled over by how amazing the film was. >> when you get such a rich movie like that, how do you begin to think about putting the music to it? >> i studied music of that era when i was in college and grew up singing gospel music, so i was really familiar with music from that era.
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i was excited about the idea of putting together a soundtrack. i called a bunch of my friends. i called alicia keys. gary clark jr., cody chestnut. chris cornell and the alabama shakes. i asked them to go see the film first. and they saw the film and they reacted musically to what they saw. >> you did a magnificent job. thank you for that. thank you for playing for thus morning. "you and i"? >> "you and i." from "love in the future." >> thank you, sir. ♪ ♪ oh ♪ you did your makeup just so guess you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ try on every dress that you
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>> we do know as part of our partnership with facebook, "gma" likes the oscars, chris connelly will be taking your oscar questions on our facebook page right now. facebook.com/goodmorningamerica. through after the show at 9:00 a.m. >> lara, you're staying here. we have a big day on "gma" tomorrow. revealing the cast of "dancing with the stars." revealed only here on "gma" tomorrow. >> the partners as well, we'll find out. we'll find out everything. thank you, john, thank you "gma" dancers. thank you dj kiss. thank you, l.a. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, l.a.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. keep your umbrellas handy. mike nicco has the latest. >> some scattered light rain across the north bay. most of the measurable stuff has been higher in the elevations. but it will move south and lower throughout the day. get ready for a wet commute home. another small storm on thursday, warmer this weekend. sue. >> thanks, mike. we have a little bit of green on our maps which means where it's affecting your traffic. we do have an accident on the bay bridge east bond right near the toll plaza. you can see slow traffic across
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the span. kristen? >> thank you so much. join us for our mid >> "live" from the stage of the oscars at the doll bee theatre in hollywood, california, it's "live with kelly and michael" after oscar show. ♪ going to be the best day >> today, kelly is backstage and the first one to talk to the big winners. plus, michael hits the red carpet and talks to the hottest stars. and from "12 years a slave uts, oscar winner lupita nyong'o, also, "best day of my life" will be performed. and our own panel of experts share their fashion favorites and give you a chance to vote on the best dressed of the night. plus interviews with sand

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